So What’s The Ruckus About?
Ruckus Wireless is a pioneer in the wireless infrastructure market, enabling carriers and enterprises to stay ahead of the exploding demand for high-bandwidth applications and services. The Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi technology redefines what’s possible in wireless network performance with flexibility, reliability, and affordability. We call this Pervasive Performance.
We’ve been singularly focused on Pervasive Performance in wireless since beginning operations in 2004, and we continue to lead the industry in performance innovation. We have never relied on off-the-shelf, reference design radio technology – it just doesn’t deliver the capacity, range or interference mitigation necessary to make the dream of high performance wireless a reality. Instead, we’ve assembled a team of the best and brightest wireless minds in the world to deliver the creative solutions needed to realize our Pervasive Performance vision.
So what is Pervasive Performance?
It’s a combination of innovative features needed to achieve the goal of delivering the most consistent and highest-speed wireless performance possible – anywhere, everywhere, all the time. Let us explain the various components that are absolutely necessary to achieve this unprecedented level of wireless performance:
- Adaptive Signal Control
- your grandfather’s omni-directional antenna configs won’t cut it any longer.
- Interference Mitigation
- there’s plenty of noise out there, and it’s only going to get louder.
- Capacity-driven Channel Assignment
- long gone are the days of “set-it-and-forget-it” channel planning. Let’s get dynamic, people.
- Dynamic Polarization Diversity
- client devices are becoming increasingly small, smart and mobile…yesterday’s fixed polarity just won’t deliver acceptable connectivity to this Generation Next mobile device.
- Maximized Signal Strength
- dBs are sexy. Well, maybe only to us radio heads…but they sure make a difference in wireless connectivity.
- Network Capacity Optimization
- forget how many Mbps it says on the box or the Website or the datasheet…the only thing that matters is how much you can really get through the pipes. It takes some serious intelligence to maximize the real capacity of wireless.